Sunrise…sunset

The best thing about living on the water is the view.  I love watching the sun come up between the nearby apartments a I wait for the taxi every morning.   In the evening, we watch the sun set behind the main city  of Abu Dhabi.  The blowing dust makes for some interesting images.  I will be taking more photos in the coming weeks, but here is a sample.

The view one morning while waiting for my taxi.
The view one morning while waiting for my taxi.
Looking across the lagoon towards the main island at sunset.
Looking across the lagoon towards the main island at sunset.
Lots of mirrored buildings.  Constructions cranes are seen in nearly every direction of the city.
Lots of mirrored buildings. Constructions cranes are seen in nearly every direction of the city.

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